Man accused of exposing himself at Northport supermarket pleads not guilty

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NORTHPORT -

A Huntington Station man pleaded not guilty Tuesday to touching himself in a grocery store parking lot.

Ricardo Reyes-Benitez was arraigned on a public lewdness charge Tuesday morning.

As News 12 has reported, the 28-year-old allegedly touched himself in front of a woman in the Stop and Shop parking lot Monday morning.

Prosecutors requested Reyes Benitez's bail be set at $1,000. A judge set it at $100.

Reyes-Benitez is due back in court next month.

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